How Valuable Is an Attorney’s Word? – Attorney Statements in Court as Evidence

Under Florida law, an attorney’s statements, as an officer of the court, can be admissible evidence on personal factual matters and non-privileged communications, such as personal coordination of a witness’s travel and location. Fishman v. Liberty Assocs., Inc., 196 So. 2d 493, 496–97 (Fla. 3d DCA 1967)… Read More How Valuable Is an Attorney’s Word? – Attorney Statements in Court as Evidence

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Bernhard Law Firm wins appeal on judgment to reform real estate contract

This week, Bernhard Law Firm successfully obtained the dismissal of an appeal challenging the firm’s win in a dispute to void a $1.1 million refusal option in a Miami real estate contract. If you have questions about real estate disputes, financial disagreements, contract interpretation, and Florida appeals, please contact Bernhard Law Firm… Read More Bernhard Law Firm wins appeal on judgment to reform real estate contract

Primer on Improper Grounds to Vacate a Judgment – the Unreasonable Motion to Vacate

You just won a case, the window for rehearing has elapsed; you take a breath, and then receive a motion to vacate. What now? Check the timing, events after judgment, and grounds alleged to initially make sure the motion is not using improper grounds to vacate. After reading below, if you have more questions on… Read More Primer on Improper Grounds to Vacate a Judgment – the Unreasonable Motion to Vacate